Nonprofits stay above minimum

MAKING THE MOST: Child and Family Services substitute child care worker Sarah Murphy of North Kingstown works with children. The junior at Rhode Island College is seeing an increase in her minimum-raise pay. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
MAKING THE MOST: Child and Family Services substitute child care worker Sarah Murphy of North Kingstown works with children. The junior at Rhode Island College is seeing an increase in her minimum-raise pay. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
Sarah Murphy, a substitute child care worker at the nonprofit Child & Family and a junior at Rhode Island College, is getting an increase in her minimum wage salary this year. Murphy lives with her parents in North Kingstown so she’s not self-supporting yet, but she said the increase from $8 to $9 an hour…

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